MLB app At Bat “is open on average 3 million times a day,”
Another app being updated this year is At the Ball Park. This free app lets fans who attend games buy tickets, order food, check-in at the parks for t-shirts and other promotional swag, and see maps of the ballparks to find concession stands and first aid stations.
“The new feature this year is you can use your mobile phone to get a seat upgrade on your way in to most parks,” he said. “Don’t like your seat, upgrade it just like you do on a plane.”
For the 2013 baseball season, Major League Baseball is more than tripling the number of stadiums that will accept mobile tickets via Apple’s Passbook app (as in photo). This year there will be 13 stadiums that will enable paperless ticketing via Passbook, MLB announced at a fan event in New York City Tuesday night. That’s up from four last season.